Gary is part of Lake County and has more than 80,000 people calling it home. Be sure to check out the city's many attractions when you visit the city on a bus charter in Gary, Indiana.
The city is also known as the "City in Motion," and other nicknames. There are a lot of things to do, places to visit and activities that you should not miss. So get on a bus charter in Gary, Indiana and see what's happening here.
The Majestic Star Casino has a wide variety of table games and more than 1,600 slot machines. Play here or just enjoy the dining choices you have on site.
Miller Beach was annexed by the city in the 1910s and has Lake Street, which is a prime shopping and dining destination. You should also visit the Village Shopping Center, which has more than 300,000 sq. ft. of space and accommodates more than 30 retailers and restaurants. Or you could stroll down the downtown area for more shopping and dining choices.
When it comes to dining, there are several recommended restaurants that you should go to. Start your day right at Great Lakes Cafe, then have a hearty barbecue at Big Daddy's BBQ for lunch or dinner. You might want to get the freshest seafood at Miller Bakery Cafe or the best pizza slices at Miller Pizza Company. Other restaurants you can try are J & J Fish, Arman's Restaurant, NY Plate, Ray's Shrimp House, Miller's Vintage Kitchen, and Wing Wah Restaurant.
Check out the Gary SouthShore RailCats as they play their home games at the U.S. Steel Yard stadium. You can also watch the Gary Splash play at the Embassies of Christ church gymnasium.
The city offers several nationally registered historic sites that history buffs would surely love. These sites include several districts such as the Polk Street Cottage Historic District, Polk Street Terraces Historic District, Van Buren Terrace Historic District, West Fifth Avenue Apartments Historic District, Gary City Center Historic District, Jackson-Monroe Terraces Historic District, Jefferson Street Historic District, and the Horace Mann Historic District. You can find several contributory historic sites within these districts.
You can also check out the other historical places such as the Miller Town Hall, the American Sheet and Tin Mill Apartment Building, St. Augustine's Episcopal Church, Gary Bathing Beach Aquatorium, Ralph Waldo Emerson School, Barney Sablotny House, Louis J. Bailey Branch Library at the Gary International Institute, and the Gary Land Company Building.
And if you are up to it, you can head to 2300 Jackson St., the birthplace of Michael Jackson and the home of the Jackson 5. Another landmark you could find here is the Gary Centennial Landmark.
There are several parks that you can enjoy in Gary. These parks help you enjoy the outdoors and get fit. Marquette Park used to be called the Lake Front Park and has 1.4 miles of beaches along the Lake Michigan. It also features sand dunes, a lagoon, an oak savanna, inland ponds, and the Octave Chanute Museum.
Then check out Brunswick Park, which has basketball courts, baseball fields, a nature path, playground, picnic pavilion and shelter and tennis courts. Other parks you can find here include Pittman Square, Gleason Park, Jefferson Park, Buffington Park, Hillman Park, Borman Square, Washington Park, Norton Park, Jackson Park, Gateway Park, Tolleston Park, and Patcher Park.
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